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Transcript of Zentangle Leaf
What is Zentangle?
A Zentangle is an abstract drawing created by the use of repeating patterns. It is usually structured within a certain shape. Drawing a Zentangle is entertaining, relaxing, and a great way to express yourself creatively.
Elements and Principles of art review
What Elements do you see in Zentangle?
Making a Zentangle
1. STRING Start with a string. A string is generally a random line drawn in pencil which creates an area within which you draw your tangles.
Zentangle Leaf Rubric
/10 Thumbnail pattern sheet contains at least 5 practice patterns
/30 At least 6 different patterns were used on leaf Zentangle
/25 At least 5 different colors were used on leaf Zentangle
/10 Good use of class time to develop idea and create
/25 Craftsmanship/skillful use of tools and media-Drawing is neat and clean, patterns colored completely(no scribbling), cutting is neat and maintains a black border, paper is neat- not rumpled folded and bent.
-5 name, class period, day not listed on art work
Design and Create!
2. TANGLE In its verb form “tangle” means to draw a tangle. You tangle a tangle, and in that process create Zentangle art. In its noun form this word is used as a replacement for “pattern.”
Line variety is very
important in this project.
1. Practice at least 5 thumbnail patterns (These don't have to be used in the final piece)
2. Draw your leaf string in pencil
3. Start your tangles in ultra fine sharpie
4. No eraser- Turn a mistake into a design!
Final product example
Grade 6 VA CR2.1.6 Demonstrate openness for trying new ideas, materials, methods and approaches when making works of art and design
Grade 5 VA Cr2.1.5 Experiment and develop skills in multiple art-making techniques and approaches through practice.